Unite/CPHVA Annual Professional Conference - Critical Ages, Creative Solutions
19 Oct 2011
Unite/CPHVA Annual Professional conference. Held at The Brighton Centre

Headline Speakers

The CPHVA Annual Professional Conference is the premier event for health visitors, school nurses, nursery nurses and other community nurses working in primary care.

 

Programme

Day 1 - 19 Oct 2011

08:30
Conference Overview
08:35
Poster Overview
08:55
Gail Cartmail, Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union

09:00
Pre event interview - Sarah Cowley, Professor of Community Practice Development, King’s College London
Explains the unique opportunities that the conference presents for grass roots practitioners, leaders and Government to meet an better understand each other. She also talks about how inspirational and exhilarating participation can be for all invoolved.

09:10
Debbie Abrahams
interview

09:30
Pre Event Interview - Viv Bennett Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health
Explaining the exciting mix of policy, practice and professional issues that will be tackled at this year's annual conference.

09:45
We talk to exhbiitors
09:55
Lord Victor Adebowale, President, CPHVA
Interview

10:00
Alison Higley, Chair, National Professional Committee (NPC)
Chair’s opening remarks

10:05
Lord Victor Adebowale, President, CPHVA
President’s Welcome

10:15
Gail Cartmail, Assistant General Secretary, Unite the Union
Union address

10:25
Professor Dickon Weir-Hughes, Chief Executive and Registrar, Nursing and Midwifery Council
Health visiting: a priority for the Nursing and Midwifery Council

10:40
Professor Sarah Cowley, Professor of Community Practice Development, King’s College London
Demonstrating outcomes: the evidence

10:55
Dr Andrea Waylen, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Bristol
The value of data: The Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC)

11:15
Questions and discussion: Session 1
11:45
Anne Milton MP, Public Health Minister
Ministerial address

12:10
Obi Amadi, Lead Professional Officer, Health Sector, Unite the Union
Our time is NOW!

12:20
Questions and discussion: Session 2
12:25
1.1 Mental Health: Concurrent session 1
12:25
1.2 Education: Concurrent session 1
12:25
1.5 Parenting: Concurrent session 1
12:25
12:25
1.7 CNN Symposium - Diversity in the new age Concurrent session 1
14:30
2.1 Mental Health: Concurrent session 2
14:30
14:30
14:30
2.6 Cultural Issues: Concurrent session 2
14:30
2.7 School Health: Concurrent session 2
14:30
2.8 CNN Symposium: Concurrent session 2
16:05
Professor Jean White, Chief Nursing Officer for Wales;Visiting Honorary Professor, Cardiff University
Lessons from the Flying Start Network in Wales

16:20
Sally Burlington, Deputy Director of Children’s Centres and Extended Schools Division, Department for Education
Opportunities for integrated working through Sure Start Children's Centres

16:35
Integrated working panel debate
Chair: Lord Victor Adebowale, President, CPHVA and Chief Executive, Turning Point To include speakers above and: Hilton Dawson, Chief Executive, British Association of Social Workers Lisa Rodrigues, Chief Executive, Sussex Partnership NHS Trust Clair Robinson, Health Coordinator, Health Improvement Service and Early Intervention Service, NHS East Lancashire

17:05
Viv Bennett, Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Department of Health
A call to action: early implementation

17:20
Professor Tony Butterworth CBE, Professor Emeritus of Healthcare Workforce Innovation, Non Executive Director, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, Specialist Advisor on Nursing and Professions, NHS Employers
Towards 2020 - making community nursing irresistible

Day 2 - 20 Oct 2011

09:30
Masterclass 1: M1 Supporting homeless families
09:30
Masterclass 2: M2 Leadership - making a difference
09:30
Masterclass 3: M3 Growing, nurturing and sustaining the workforce
09:30
Masterclass 4: M4 When parents work away
09:30
Masterclass 5: M5 Raising concerns and whistle blowing
09:30
Masterclass 6: M6 Behind the face of a bully
11:00
Alison Higley, Chair, National Professional Committee
Chair’s opening remarks

11:05
Debbie Abrahams MP, MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth
Keynote address – influencing policy

11:30
Yvonne Coghill OBE, National Lead, Breaking Through Programme
Leading for health

11:45
Panel discussion: Influencing commissioners
Mary Kiddy, Associate Director and Consultant Nurse for Public Health, NHS Central Lancashire Liz Plastow, Children`s Commissioner, South West Essex NHS Dr Paul Zollinger-Read, Medical Adviser and Clinical Lead on Primary Care, The King's Fund

12:15
Unite/CPHVA presentations
13:25
Naomi Eisenstadt CB, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford and former Director, Social Exclusion Task Force
Addressing child poverty

13:40
Boyd McAdam, Head, Getting It Right For Every Child Team, Scottish Government
Getting It Right For Every Child Programme: moving from crisis intervention to early intervention

13:55
Panel discussion: Addressing poverty, neglect and assessing children’s needs
To include above speakers and: Dame Donna Kinnair, Director of Commissioning and Nursing, London Borough of Southwark and Southwark PCT

14:45
Ros Moore, Chief Nursing Officer for Scotland
A glass half full: asset based approach to tackling health inequalities

15:00
Alan Maryon-Davis, Public Health Sciences, Kings College London; Chair, Best Beginnings; Vice-Chair, National Heart Forum
Nudging’ families to lead healthy lives

15:15
Kate Billingham CBE, Project Director, Family Nurse Partnership, Department of Health
The Healthy Child Programme: developments in policy and practice

15:30
Dr Stephen Briers, Clinical Psychologist, Author and TV Presenter
Healthy communities

15:45
Questions and discussion: Session 7
16:00
Carolyn Miller, Chief Executive, Merlin – the UK’s leading charity specialising in International Health
Guest Speaker

16:20
Alison Higley, Chair, National Professional Committee
Chair’s summation and closing remarks